Now the robins and other birds can nestle in an award-winning design. Developed by wildlife expert Simon King.
Popular: Two-room burrow made of fine underbrush, with a roof for protection against rain. Winner of the GLEE Award 2016.
The British wildlife expert Simon King (*1962) is totally convinced that cavity-nesting birds, such as robins, spotted flycatchers, wagtails etc. prefer nesting spots with an open entrance and a hiding place for protection from predators. After 3 years of research and development, he is certain that he has developed the perfect nesting spot.
Blends naturally into any garden. Gives unobtrusive emphasis to natural protection.
The entrance is open while the breeding place is cleverly hidden. The building material for the nest is brown brushwood, just a few millimetres thin and densely entwined. Fine twigs on the floor ensure optimal footing. Incorporated PVC foil makes the roof rainproof.
Ready to move into. Quick and easy to hang up.
The nest is as light as a feather, and is erected in no time with a wire (included) – preferably in thick ivy, on overgrown walls, arbours or fences.
Winner of two awards already.
Winner of the GLEE Award 2016 in the category “Best Pet & Wildlife Product” and winner of the GARDEN Retail Award 2017 in the category “Best New Retail Product Wildlife”. Size 13 x 25 x 14cm (5.2" x 9.8" x 5.5") (L x W x H). Weight 0.5kg (1.1 lbs).